The National Motorcycle Museum is proud to present the Classic Motorcycle feature at this year’s Motorcycle Live which takes place 4th – 12th December 2021 at the NEC, Birmingham.
Focusing on TT winning bikes from 1903 to present there will be an incredible display of motorcycles, some of which you will have never set eyes on before, others you’ll be able to sit on. A classic bike for visitors to sit on? Yes, you heard it here first!
Situated “just across the road” from the NEC the museum houses the largest collection of British motorcycles in the world with over 1,000 machines from 170 different manufacturers spanning no less than three centuries! Of the 1000 plus machines in the collection there are around 850 on display at any one time throughout the museums five huge display halls.
Museum staff will be on hand @MotorcycleLive to speak with you about not only the display bikes, but also what else the museum has in its inventory – of which this selection just scratches the surface of!
Confirmed bikes include:
1907: Norton Twin
1913: Scott 500cc TT Racer
1914: Royal Enfield 350cc v Twin
1921: 500cc BSA
1926: Alec Bennett Velocette Model K
1969: Triumph Thruxton Bonneville
1970: Triumph Worlds 750cc ‘Slippery Sam’
1989 – 1991: Norton RCW588
1992: 588cc Senior TT Winner
2003: 600cc Valmoto Triumph
We will be located in Hall 3 on the Classic Feature Stand.
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If you’d like to see more of the expansive range of classic machines, we are delighted to be able to offer HALF PRICE ENTRY to The National Motorcycle Museum to all attendees of #MotorcycleLive: